Electromechanical Plug-In Relays

Nov. 3, 2017
Carlo Gavazzi in launching two new families of economically priced electromechanical plug-in relays and accessories.
Carlo Gavazzi in launching two new families of economically priced electromechanical plug-in relays and accessories. The RCI relays offer two styles, 8 or 11 pin terminals for circular bases or the RRM relays, with 8 or 14 blade style terminals for socket mounting.
The RCI is a general purpose industrial relay, available in either 2 or 3 change over contact arrangement and is rated up to 10 Amps per pole. The RRM is a more compact industrial relay that can be purchased with either 2 or 4 changeover contacts. The 2-contact version is rated for 10 Amps, while the 4-contact version is rated for 5 Amps. Both families of relays are equipped with diagnostic LED, push or twist to test mechanical flag and an orange mechanical status indicator. Control input options include common coil voltages from 5-110 VDC and 12-240 VAC. Both relays are complemented by DIN rail mountable sockets and metal hold down springs. All relays and sockets are UL recognized, CSA approved and CE marked.
The RCI and RRM relays can be used in a variety of industrial applications to control resistive loads or small motors. Both are ideal for control panels where stable, yet cost-effective control relay is required.
Features for RCI Series Relays
8 or 11 pin style circular terminals
2 or 3 change over contacts
DPDT or 3PDT 10 Amp max current ratings
1/3 HP motor rating
250V max switching voltage
Standard AC and DC coil voltages
Mechanical flag, mechanical and LED indication
Optional DIN rail sockets / metal hold down springs
UL recognized, CSA approved and CE marked
Features for RRM Series Relays
8 or 14 blade style terminals
2 or 4 change over contacts
DPDT 10 Amp or 4PDT 5 Amp max. current ratings
Up to 1/3 HP motor rating
250V max switching voltage
Standard AC and DC coil voltages
Mechanical flag, mechanical and LED indication
Optional DIN rail sockets / metal hold down springs
Optional auxiliary modules
UL recognized, CSA approved and CE marked
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